Mannerheim

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Mannerheim

(ˈmænəˌheɪm)
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(Biography) Baron Carl Gustaf Emil. 1867–1951, Finnish soldier and statesman; president of Finland (1944–46)
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All along, through their Lutheran faith and their pragmatic realism and through good leadership, from the great general of the Winter War and then president, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, followed by Urho Kekkonen and Mauno Koivisto the Finns have exemplified the difference between real victory and short-term conventional defeat.
All along, through their Lutheran faith and their pragmatic realism AaAeAeAu and through good leadership, from the great general of the Wint War and then president, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, followed by Urho Kekkonen and Mauno Koivisto AaAeAeAu the Finns have exemplified the differen between real victory and short-term conventional defeat.
All along, through their Lutheran faith and their pragmatic realism u and through good leadership, from the great general of the Winter War and then president, Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim, followed by Urho Kekkonen and Mauno Koivisto u the Finns have exemplified the difference between real victory and short-term conventional defeat.